PDF covers the following topics related to Electrodynamics :
Electrostatics and Magnetostatics, Vector Calculus, Conservation of Charge and
the Maxwell Equations, Energy and Momentum, Electromagnetic Waves, Potentials
and Gauges, Resultant Potentials and Fields, Relativistic Electrodynamics,
Atmospheric Optics, Pictorializing divergence and curl.
This PDF course
introduces the classical theory of electrodynamics describing the interactions
of charged particles among themselves and with electromagnetic fields
and covers the following topics related to Classical Electrodynamics :
Historical remarks and motivation, Electrostatics, Boundary value problems in
electrostatics, Magnetostatics, Time varying fields and Maxwell’s equations,
Author(s): Professor Konstadinos Sfetsos, Department of
Physics, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
This note covers the
following topics: Electrostatic energy calculations, Poisson equation and
Green's theorm, Green's functions for cartesian coordinates, Method of images,
Cylindrical and spherical geometries, Multipole analysis of charge
distributions, Dipoles and dielectrics, Magnetostatics, Maxwells equations,
Electromagnetic energy and force, Dynamic dielectric media and their effects,
Radiation from moving charges and Special Theory of Relativity.
This book covers the following topics:
Vector Calculus and Field Theories, Maxwell’s Equations and the Lorentz Force,
Scalar and Vector Potentials, Solving Maxwell’s Equations: Electromagnetic
Waves, Energy and Momentum of Electromagnetic Fields, Radiation Sources and
Antennas, Electrodynamics in Macroscopic Media, Surfaces, Wave Guides and
Cavities and Relativistic formulation of electrodynamics.
This set of lecture notes is designed to be used to teach graduate
students in classical electrodynamics. It covers the following topics in detail:
Mathematical Physics, Non Relativistic Electrodynamics and Relativistic
note is a one semester advanced note on Electrodynamics at the M.Sc.
Level. It will start by revising the behaviour of electric and magnetic fields,
in vacuum as well as matter, and casting it in the language of scalar and vector